Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Technology in Hospitality Design (Print Course)

This course will examine the ways in which Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology can provide the hospitality industry with benefits beyond conventional HVAC systems. Key topics include identifying the unique challenges hospitality designers face when specifying HVAC systems, technology behind VRF systems, the performance and design benefits of VRF systems, and ways VRF systems were used to maximize occupant comfort and design flexibility.


Variable Refrigerant Flow: A Versatile HVAC Solution for K-12 Educational Facilities (Print Course)

This course aims to provide architects in the education sector with the knowledge to design with VRF HVAC systems. VRF provides educational facilities control over personal comfort while reducing energy usage and costs, and addresses strict IAQ requirements. VRF’s quiet operation is the ideal solution for educational environments, requires minimal maintenance, and can meet the varying load needs of educational buildings, from larger gymnasiums and cafeterias to individual classrooms.


Towson City Center developers use Mitsubishi VRF system

The Mitsubishi Electric VRF zoning system exceeded efficiency expectations in the redevelopment of this Silver high-rise.

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¿Por QuÉ No? Taqueria: Sustainability at it's core

With sustainability at the core of everything they do, it made sense for every inch of this funky taco shop to be in compliance - including the restrooms. See how ¿Por QuÉ No? Taqueria's eliminated paper towel waste, lowered their carbon footprint, and saved trees with the Mitsubishi Jet Towel®.

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The Mitsubishi Jet Towel: Drying "Green" since 1993

With so many people concerned with the environment and how to protect our natural resources, it makes sense to find solutions that can help. Since 1991, Mitsubishi has been innovating the hand dryer. Read why it works.

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